One way that a DWI attorney in Fort Worth may try to defend your case is to show that the police officer did not have the legal right to stop you in the first place.
In order to legally stop someone, the law enforcement officer must have reasonable suspicion that you were drinking and driving. This may mean that the police officer actually saw you committing a traffic violation.
An anonymous tip may have provided the police officer with a reason to suspect drinking and driving. However, this depends on the reliability of the tip and the tipster.
For more information, contact a DWI attorney in Fort Worth from the Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller.